Let's compare flatbed van insurance
Dropside (or flatbed) vans are mostly used by the building trade. They are available in all sorts of variations, to meet your needs. Flatbeds are versatile vans, getting you from A to B, making its way on and off building sites and driving around cities. A specialised van needs van insurance to make sure it's adequately covered should anything happen to it.
These kind of vans along with Tippers & Pick-Ups become the backbone of a business – without them you might not be able to get equipment to work easily and the nature of the dropside means that while getting tools and materials loaded and unloaded is easy... working without one could be very difficult. So what can you do to make sure you don’t find yourself in that position?
Make sure you select the correct dropside or flatbed van insurance and that you’ve included any aftermarket modifications or security devices installed on the van.
Decide what level of cover you need. A third party policy is the minimum required by law, and covers any damage you cause to someone else’s property and any injury they receive in an accident. It doesn’t provide any cover for damage to your vehicle. If you want your flatbed covered in case of damage then fully comprehensive cover will offer you that peace of mind.
You’ll need to opt for 'Business Use' on your policy if you’re using it for work – without this you could invalidate your insurance should you need to make a claim.
Whichever cover and type of policy you decide you need, you don't have to spend hours trawling the internet to find cheap flatbed insurance. Let us do the hard work for you, just enter a few details about yourself and the van and we'll show you dropside van insurance quotes. Have a look and see how much money you could save.